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Belgaumites have reasons to smile over the results of the Pre University-II which were made available online on the website of Department of Pre University Education on Thursday. The district jumped up to 14th in the State as against the 20th position last year. Officials at the PU Department here told The Hindu that though Belgaum district has improved its position, its pass percentage slide down from 63.01% last to 58.78% this year.



In Belgaum district, a total of 44,176 students had appeared in the annual examinations held from March 12 to 27, of which 25,965 have passed, which account for 58.78%. Gender-wise results show that girls have performed much better than their male counterparts.



With just 44.95 per cent of students passing the pre university examination, Bidar stands at the 31st place of districts in the state ranked according to results. This is three per cent less than last year. The district has also slipped four slots down compared to last year.  Though the percentage of results has gone down in all districts except Yadgir, a fall of 11 per cent is seen as steep. However, this does not seem to surprise academicians who have been watching the developments over the years. 




The district has registered a total of 53.73 per cent in the Pre-University Examinations. A total of 12,495 students had appeared for the examination in which 6794 students were from Arts in which 3343 students have passed, 2691 students had appeared from Commerce section in which 1875 students have passed and 3010 students had appeared from Science section in which 1495 students have passed.



Students of the Sharanabasaveshwar Residential Composite PU College in Gulbarga City hogged the limelight once again with another outstanding performance in the Pre University examination results announced on Thursday scoring an overall 98.63 per cent results.


In the college out of a total of 360 students, 209 passed with distinction and 139 passed with First Class results. As many as 88 students scored 100 out of 100 marks in the optional subjects. College topper Vishal S. Dharpur scored 100 out of 1000 in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and 99 in Biology.



Mr. Dharpur, who topped in the JEE preliminary examination and qualified for the Advanced JEE, scored 582 out of the total 600 marks securing 97 per cent. Amit Phabba also scored 100 out of 100 marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. As per the latest details available, Mr. Dharpur appeared to have topped the district scoring highest marks.




Sri Guru Vidya Peeta Residential Indpendent Science PU College continued their good run scoring 98.2 per cent pass results. Out of the total 219 students who appeared in the examination 215 passed with 80 students achieving distinction and 128 students scoring first class results. Suman Uppin scoring 574 out of thetotal 600 marks stood first in the college and she also had the distinction of scoring 100 out of 100 in Mathematics and Biology. She scored 99 marks in Physics and Chemistry.



Nisarga Pre University College achieved cent per cent result with all the 109 studen ts who had appeared in the examination passing out with flying colours.




By registering a marginal 0.16 rise in pass percentage over its last year’s showing, Dakshina Kannada has topped the list of districts in second year Pre University examination results. Udupi, last year’s topper, has receded to the second place.



The pass percentage of Dakshina Kannada was at 86.04 while that of Udupi was 85.57. Dakshina Kannada stood second with pass percentage of 85.88 last year when Udupi stood first. “For the last few years, the two districts have been the top two performing districts in the 2{+n}{+d}PU examinations,” said Deputy Director of Pre University Education K.R. Thimmaiah.



Better prepared

Jagajivandas Bhandary, president of the Dakshina Kannada Pre University Principals’ Association, said students from 178 colleges in the district were better prepared for the second year PU examinations this year, which was the first one to be based on the National Core Curriculum – on par with the CBSE syllabus. “Apart from the State-wide orientation sessions, we had given special training sessions for lecturers in science and commerce streams,” Mr. Bhandary said. Like last year most of the 53 government PU colleges will have 100 per cent pass percentage.


Students of many of the colleges in the district have performed well in the examinations. As many as 29 students from Science and Commerce streams from Canara PU College, Kodialbail have scored more than 575 marks. Apart from the State topper Venkatesh Kamath, Pooja Baliga (593 marks), Apoorva (591), Chandrika (589), Manola V (587), Halima (585) and Chaitra Sapalya (585) are among those who have excelled.



Pallavi Rao K. from Govindadasa College scored 593 marks in the Science stream. Abhya Bhat and Adhiti with 591 and 589 marks are toppers among the students from Science and Commerce streams of St. Aloysius PU College. Sridevi Bhat (590), Dhanashri Deshpande (588) and Ankita Hudedagaddi (586) are among the top 711 students who have passed from Expert PU College.



Puttur Dist:

Hasta Ithal (590) and Varsha V. Kamat (582) are the top two of the students who have passed out from the St. Philomena PU College in Puttur. Sharanya B.K. (588), Sudhindra Rao (587), Shreeramya (586) and Sharmila S (586) are among those who scored the highest in Science stream from Vivekananda PU College, Puttur. Kruthika B.H. and Vaishali Prabhu (584 marks each), and Vasundara Lakshmi (551) topped among the students of Commerce and Arts streams respectively, passing out from Vivekananda PU College, Puttur.




Prathiksha Kudwa (583), Anusha Shenoy (583) and Aksha Eliza Johnson (541) excelled among students from the Science, Commerce and Arts streams, passing out from SDM PU College, Ujire. Anil Kumar Biradar of Vikas College scored 580 marks while his college-mate Rohan S. K. scored 582 marks.








Written by:Srinivas Reddy
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